Bats

Far from being pests, all species of bats found,  are voracious insect predators. Bats eat up to half their weight every night in moths, mosquitoes, beetles, crickets, grasshoppers and flies. A single little brown bat may catch up to 600 insects an hour.

Bats enter a building for a variety of reasons, including simply flying in by accident. They may use buildings as a temporary, daytime roost, as a nursery to rear their young or, occasionally, as a hibernation site. Attics are a favourite bat refuge. Like other mammals, bats can carry fleas, mites and ticks; in rare cases, they contract rabies. Unlike other mammals with rabies, however, they tend to get sick and die before becoming aggressive.  

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